Mingmu Dihuang Wan
The Prescription of Mingmu Dihuang Wan
- Shu Di Huang 160 g,
- Shan Zhu Yu 80 g,
- Mu Dan Pi 60 g,
- Gou Qi 60 g,
- Shan Yao 80 g,
- Fu Ling 60 g,
- Ze Xie 60 g,
- Ju Hua 60 g,
- Dang Gui 60 g,
- Bai Shao 60 g,
- Ji Li 60 g,
- Shi Jue Ming 80 g.
Shu Di: Nourishing the kidney and replenishing essence.
Shan Zhu Yu: Warming up and tonifying the kidney and liver, arresting seminal emission.
Shan Yao: Reinforcing the kidney and benefiting the spleen, combining Shu Di and Shan Zhu Yu to enriching all the three Yin.
Ze Xie: Purging fire of the kidney and preventing Shu Di from resulting in stagnation of Qi due to its tonic and sticky nature.
Dan Pi: Clearing away pathogenic fire in the liver and restricting the warm nature of Shan Zhu Yu.
Fu Ling: Inducing diuresis to benefit the spleen, aiding Shan Yao in strengthening the spleen.
Gou Qi: Nourishing liver and kidney yin, supplementing blood and essence, and improving vision.
Ju Hua: Dispersing wind-heat, subduing liver yang, and removing liver heat to improve vision, clearing lung heat.
Dang Gui: Soothing the liver and tonifying blood.
Shao Yao: Astringing the liver to alleviate pain.
Ji Li: Pacifying liver and soothing the liver, dispelling wind and improving vision.
Shi Jue Ming: Pacifying the liver and subduing yang, clearing liver heat and improving vision.
The Effect of Mingmu Dihuang Wan
Tonify the kidney and liver, improve vision.
Yin deficiency in liver and kidney, lacrimation induced by irritation of the wind, blurred vision, photophobia.
All the drugs are ground into fine powder. The powder is made with honey into pills.